Posted: April 19, 2016 in Scribble
Tags: Bisexual women, gender expressions, gender identities, Gerakbudaya, human rights, KRYSS, LBT, Lesbians, sexual orientations, struggles, transgenders, true stories
Stories from the Heart and Skin we live in
Heart wrenching. Poignant. Beautiful. Assertive. Warm. Painful. Hilarious. Eye opening. Terrifying. Amazing. Touching. Funny. Tragic. Sad. Tender. Affirming. Inspiring.
Saturday, April 23 at 1 PM
Birdlife of Taiping. Sheer magnificence, grace, beauty, and majesty.
Among them are egrets, heron, swallow, peaceful doves, kingfisher, Bulbul, Weaver bird, Starlings, Snipe, and Pied hornbills.
There are numerous monkeys all over the Taiping Lake Gardens and Maxwell Hill, ranging from long tail macaques to pig-tail macaques, leaf monkeys, gibbons, howlers monkeys and interspecies breeds.
Even with development encroaching their space they are still happy with what little they’ve got.
There are a lot of abandoned buildings in Taiping but development is still underway for new ones. This is what it must look like to the buildings themselves, a horrifying experience.